PowerSeries Neo Receives Wireless Commercial Burglary ULC Certification
PowerSeries Neo’s wireless capabilities allow for real-time visual verification from strategically positioned wireless PIR cameras.
WESTFORD, Mass. — The PowerSeries Neo with PowerG technology from Johnson Controls’ DSC brand has received Wireless Commercial Burglary Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC) certification. The certification is said to be an industry first in Canada.
By receiving ULC-S304-16, the category for ULC wireless commercial burglary systems, the PowerSeries Neo has been certified under the highest level of requirements for commercial type applications, according to Johnson Controls.
PowerSeries Neo’s advanced wireless capabilities allow for real-time visual verification from strategically positioned wireless passive infrared sensor (PIR) cameras within the building to minimize false alarms. Devices and sensors with PowerG wireless intrusion technology continuously measure the communication quality and automatically sets transmission power to the minimum required for reliable communication with the panel, thereby saving energy and battery life, the company states.
Among other feature sets, encryption technology provides a high level of protection by guarding against digital attacks on the system, according to the company.
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